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Candidate Profiles 2010-Camden SAD 28
  • Published
    June 5, 2010

    Camden goes with Cates, Manzi; approves ordinance amendments

    Camden voters cast ballots at the June 8 polls approving all municipal amendments and electing an incumbent school board member. Martin Cates ran unopposed for selectman and received 1,300 votes. Incumbent Anita Brosius-Scott, running as a write-in candidate, received 24 votes. Camden voters re-elected Victoria Manzi to the Maine School Administrative District 28 and the Five Town Community School District ...

  • Published
    May 24, 2010

    Landrith calls for zero-based school budget

    "The single biggest challenge that the entire school system faces is the severe cuts in state aid to education," Dale Landrith Sr. said May 19. "School systems have to adapt to that. In my opinion, that's never going to change. We are going to have to learn to provide a quality education with limited funds." Landrith is a semi-retired businessman who managed and owned Manset Marine Supply in Rockland for more ...

  • Published
    May 24, 2010

    Manzi: Camden schools offer wide opportunity

    Victoria Manzi said May 17 that the opportunities offered by the local schools allow students to find their true passions. At the same time, she said that academic rigor is there for those who want it. Manzi, who is known by the name Tori, began life on Long Island, N.Y., and moved to the Midcoast in eighth grade. After graduation from Georges Valley High School, Manzi attended college at Boston University. "W...

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